Monthly Archives: October 2020

Azure Cost Management and Billing updates – October 2020

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Last month, we shared a lot of cost optimization tips and tricks. Continuing with that focus, October is all about helping you save money on Azure infrastructure as a service (IaaS), database, or storage offerings. You'll also read about creating subscriptions via Azure Resource Manager deployment templates, be able to participate in a survey to streamline your experience when verifying your billed charges, and get a sneak peek at a few very early previews. Enjoy!

Program Manager, Azure Cost Management

Migrate your Hadoop data lakes with WANDisco LiveData Platform for Azure

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

It’s no secret that organizations consider data as one of their most valuable assets and are investing to build their capability for data-driven decision making. While it is challenging to institute a flexible and cost-effective data estate on-premises, the cloud offers an extensive set of innovative and data-oriented solutions.

General Manager, Azure Storage

Microsoft unlocks the full potential of the smart building ecosystem

Monday, October 26, 2020

It is impossible to understate the profound impact 2020 events have had on the real estate industry. Buildings of all kinds, from commercial offices to retail, hospitals, manufacturing plants, and more, remain in need of transformative solutions that will enable employees to return to work safely. In times of crisis, it is innovation that transforms challenges into opportunities.

Principal Program Manager, Azure IoT

Zone Redundancy for Azure Cache for Redis now in preview

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Between waves of pandemics, hurricanes, and wildfires, you don’t need cloud infrastructure adding to your list of worries this year. Fortunately, there has never been a better time to ensure your Azure deployments stay resilient. Availability Zones in particular are one of the best ways to mitigate risks from outages and disasters.

Product Marketing Manager

Azure and Intel commit to delivering next generation confidential computing

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Today, we are announcing that Azure will be an early adopter of the 3rd generation Intel® Xeon® Platform, code named Ice Lake, which includes full memory encryption and accelerated cryptographic performance for confidential computing with Intel Software Guard Extensions (SGX). When available next year, this technology will unlock even more confidential computing scenarios for our customers.

Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft Azure

Announcing advanced Azure Machine Learning Nanodegree program with Udacity

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Earlier this year we announced a free ‘introduction to Machine Learning’ course with Udacity, empowering 10,000 scholars from all over the world to learn the basics of machine learning. Today, we announce the new Machine Learning Engineer for Microsoft Azure Nanodegree Program on Udacity—students can now sign up and start taking this new Nanodegree.

Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Azure